With less than 20 games remaining in the 2018-19 NBA regular season, it’s a great time to take a look at the handful of NBA win total odds wagers that you can still make at this late date.
2019 NBA Win Total Bets You Can Still Place
NBA Power Rankings following Week 20!1️⃣ Milwaukee Bucks2️⃣ Toronto Raptors3️⃣ Golden State Warriors➡️ https://t.co/NDbai3B5zj pic.twitter.com/pM99tm6jnx— NBA Canada (@NBACanada) 4 de marzo de 2019
- 2019 NBA Win Total Odds: 23.5 Wins
The Atlanta Hawks currently have 22 wins and are locks to top their win total odds, seeing as how sweet-shooting point guard Trey Young is heating up faster than Vinny ‘The Microwave’ Johnson did back in the day for the Bad Boy Detroit Pistons.
- 2019 NBA Win Total Odds: 46.5 Wins
The Milwaukee Bucks not only have 48 wins right now, but with a loaded roster that shares the ball, Milwaukee looks like they’re going to be extremely difficult to beat once the postseason rolls around.
- 2019 NBA Win Total Odds: 27.5 Wins
The Chicago Bulls are a complete and utter mess this season and are currently sitting on 18 wins. If you can get the Bulls on the win total wager, take the Under. There’s no way Chicago gets 10 more wins before the end of the regular season.
- 2019 NBA Win Total Odds: 31.5 Wins
Right now, the Orlando Magic have 30 wins and they are looking to nail down a spot in the playoffs in what has been one of the most surprising campaigns of any team in the league this season.
- 2019 NBA Win Total Odds: 32.5 Wins
Like their counterparts in Orlando, the Brooklyn Nets have been one of the most pleasantly surprising teams in all of basketball as they sit on 32 wins while looking to secure a playoff berth.
- 2019 NBA Win Total Odds: 48.5 Wins
Despite adding LeBron James in the offseason, the Los Angeles Lakers have a modest 30 wins and there is absolutely no way they get to 49 wins in what has been a seriously underachieving campaign for one of the most storied franchise in north American Sports history.
- 2019 NBA Win Total Odds: 62.5 Wins
Last but not least, the Golden State Warriors might be two-time defending champs and the odds on favorite to win three straight, but the Dubs are not getting to 63 wins this season no matter how much you love Steph Curry and the rest of the highly publicized defending champs.